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Practical Planning: Appeals and Inquiries

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ISBN13: 9780752000602
ISBN: 0752000608
Published: December 1994
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Any applicant who has been refused planning permission has an automatic right of appeal. Practical Planning: Appeals and Inquiries is an accessible and comprehensive guide to appeals, containing all the information you need to decide whether or not to appeal as well as detailed disussion on the advantages and disadvantages of the procedures available.

In a clear, step-by-step style, the author examines the options open to the prospective appellant, namely:-

  • written representation
  • public local inquiry
  • informal hearing
The author dedicates chapters to decisions made by the Secretary of State in various circumstances and to associated enforcement and listed building appeals. Immensely practical and time saving, the book contains worked examples for each type of appeal, flowcharts indicating procedures to be followed, specimen forms and agreements, enabling practitioners of all levels to benefit from the wide experience of a planning law specialist.
  • Gives practical help for the vast majority of appeals
  • Written in a sequential form with a step-by-step approach
  • Contains the current rules which govern appeals
  • Flow chart indicating the procedures to be followed and worked examples throughout
  • Written by highly experienced planning special

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1. Should you appeal?
2. Appeal strategy: choosing the best approach
3. Lodging the appeal
4. Written representation appeal - worked example
5. Informal hearing appeal - worked example
6. Public inquiry appeal - worked example
7. Planning obligations in the appeal context: what, when and how? - specimen obligations
8. Planning conditions in the appeal context
9. Costs - specimen decision letters
10. Application to high Court following decision on appeal
11. Dealing with the public
12. Called-in inquiries
13. Special considerations
14. Appendices;